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Exhibition Opening: Fruits of Water and Air

Los Angeles, CA, January 30, 2024 –(– March 2, 2024 – March 29, 2024
Opening: Saturday, March 2, 2024, 4:00 – 6:00 PM

Guided by intuition and a masterful layering strategy, Vé Boisvert’s mesmerizing artworks emanate obvious energy, having garnered world acclaim featured in publications equivalent to Dwelling and Garden (England) and Le Soleil (Quebec). Joining Boisvert in this showcase are Julie Naima, Ivana Milosevic, Bettina Mauel, and Paul Kirley, every contributing a assorted and experimental level of view to the assortment. Naima invitations viewers proper into a playful imaginary world, Milosevic captures the idiosyncratic moods of urban landscapes, Mauel infuses dynamism and sensuality into her works, and Kirley seamlessly blends paint and photographic compositions, creating circulate-filled dreamscapes. Fruits of Water and Air invitations patrons to explore the diverse ingenious expressions that emanate from the theme of fluidity and vitality, evoking reflections on the ever-changing and interconnected nature of the aspects that inspire these visionary artists.

Vé Boisvert, guided by intuition and employing a masterful layering strategy of vibrant hues, crafts mesmerizing artworks exuding obvious energy. Her ingenious project, fueled by resilience, lets in her to translate profound emotions onto canvases with unparalleled grace. Boisvert’s artistry has graced the pages of prestigious publications esteem Dwelling and Garden (England) and Le Soleil (Quebec). Featured in articles by Radio-Canada, her charming creations maintain garnered world recognition. In 2015, Vé Boisvert obtained the esteemed “Récipiendaire de la bourse Aide aux expositions” award from the Ontario Arts Council in Toronto, a testament to her ingenious excellence.

Julie Naima’s be conscious is characterized by experimentation, drawing inspiration from magical places worldwide, accurate and fantasy. Infused with fair appropriate intentions and obvious emotions, her canvases supply glimpses proper into a playful imaginary world. Naima invitations viewers to join emotionally along with her artwork, fostering a dialogue about hope and happiness. Her works stay in personal collections across Canada, Europe, Australia, and the USA.

Ivana Milosevic, born in Belgrade, Serbia, and maintaining a grasp’s level in Structure, brings a assorted level of view to her cityscape artwork. The command of palette knives and brushes, she creates depth and texture, incorporating shrimp human figures for familiarity and vibrancy. Milosevic’s artworks capture the idiosyncratic moods of urban landscapes, accentuated by her alternative of colours, revealing the dynamic areas she envisions.

Bettina Mauel, born in Wuppertal, Germany, infuses dynamism and sensuality into her artwork. Exploring the theme of knowing and impermanence, she captures the fleeting actions of our ever-changing world. Mauel’s brightly colored artworks expose her sensitivity to circulate, even incorporating the viewer’s see circulate into her pictorial conception. The act of painting remains seen in her expressive works.

Paul Kirley, born proper into a family of architects, designers, and artists in Massachusetts, creates artwork that harmoniously blends paint and photographic compositions on a single image plane. Transporting viewers to circulate-filled dreamscapes, Kirley’s objects bring human emotions via the physicality of paint juxtaposed with the readability and formality of photographic aspects. An exhibiting member of the Arts Guild of Sonoma, Kirley time and again contributes to the Venice Artwalk, showcasing his commitment to ingenious exploration and expression.

Since the hole of Artspace Warehouse in 2010, the gallery remains to be an industry leader in reasonable, museum-quality artworks making gathering artwork accessible and price range-pleasant. With one gallery in Zurich and two galleries in Los Angeles, Artspace Warehouse specializes in guilt-free world urban, pop, graffiti, figurative, and abstract artwork. The mountainous 5,000-square-foot home provides a gargantuan quantity of emerging and established artists from all the strategy via the realm.

Artspace Warehouse
Claudia Deutsch



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